We ended our last editorial wondering about a regeneration of start-up service provides, after so much M&A in recent years. Will biotechs particularly have smaller service providers to help with their specific drug development and manufacturing needs? Well, there's at least one new option in town. It could be a sign of things to come.
In this series we explore a number of questions that will help you during the selection process and enable you to choose the right partner for your project
The new trade regime unleashed by President Trump has not only heightened trade tensions, it has the potential to affect patient access to affordable medicines. His administration’s Blueprint to Lower Drug Prices and Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs highlighted foreign governments “freeriding” off of American investment in innovations.
Despite the CER being a critical compliance element for medtechs doing business in the EU, there continues to be significant lack of clarity regarding key requirements and best practices for creating these reports.
This whitepaper discusses cleaning of affinity resins intended for use in the purification of monoclonal antibodies and antibody fragments.
This white paper addresses the challenges associated with the bioburden control process involved in making mAbs or other biologicals, as well as the single-use solutions and improved ways of working that manufacturers can use to avoid microbial contamination.
By William Whitford, Strategic Solutions Leader, BioProcess, GE Healthcare Life Sciences
The industry is abuzz with talk about continuous biomanufacturing (CB), and its virtues have been well described. Here we will look at some of the barriers or concerns perceived to limit its value to the industry. Justified or not, quite a few concerns have been expressed regarding the implementation of this new, rather disruptive technology.
How outsourcing and technologies such as in-line conditioning (IC) and in-line dilution (ILD) can help prevent resource constraints, save time, and reduce manufacturing footprint and overall cost in buffer preparation.
Emerging biopharmaceutical company teams up with clinical services company to stay on track with timelines and ensure funding milestones were met when faced with unexpected lack of bandwidth and limited global organizational experience.
The process design proven for one fermentor system is not always directly transferrable to other system formats without adaptation. Here, we compare the performance of the XDR‑500 MO fermentor with the XDR‑50 MO system.
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When building a new facility based on single-use technologies, or incorporating single-use into an existing facility, how do companies ensure they fully realize the benefits?
Complex CMO networks are expensive and require many resources to manage. Plus, they prevent purchasing and operating at scale. Yet, the process of consolidating CMOs is daunting.
Unexplored and emerging markets are an attractive prospect for biopharma companies looking to expand. But when it comes to ensuring success, what’s the wisest way to invest?
Manufacturing viral vector-based therapies such as vaccines and gene and cell therapies is complex, but a new manufacturing solution helps solve those challenges.
It is critical the experts creating a drug product’s formulation are aware of any reactions that can occur between an API and a tablet’s excipients.